The Story of the Prophet Muhammad from ibn Kathir Stories of the Prophets
Author: ibn Kathir
Book Binding: Hardcover
Size: 7.3 x 6.8 x 0.3 inch
Publication year: 2022
About This Book:
Ibn Kathir's "Stories of the Prophets," which tells the story of the Prophet Muhammad, is a motivational account of a man who was selected by Allah to spread His message to humanity. Around 570 AD, Muhammad was born in the Arabian city of Mecca. He was recognized for having good morals and ethics as he grew up and was an honest and reliable person. As he grew older, Muhammad frequently went to a cave called Hira to get some peace and quiet and think about the world. Muhammad was in serious thought one night when the angel Gabriel appeared in front of him in a gorgeous form. Muhammad received the first verses of the Quran from Gabriel, who identified himself as a messenger of Allah. Muhammad hastily returned home to his wife, Khadija, seeking consolation and advice after being overtaken by the event.
About The Author:
Ibn Kathir was a well-known Islamic historian and scholar whose full name is Ismail ibn Kathir al-Dimashqi. In the year 1301, he was born in the Syrian city of Busra. The most notable contributions Ibn Kathir made to Islamic literature were in the areas of Islamic history and prophet biographies. Al-Sira Al-Nabawiyya (The Prophetic Biography), also known as "Ibn Kathir's Stories of the Prophets," is one of Ibn Kathir's most well-known works. This comprehensive collection offers in-depth accounts of the prophets whose lives and missions are recorded in the Quran and other Islamic sources.